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Topic - Murders Of Raul And Brisenia Flores
A third defendant convicted in the deaths of a southern Arizona girl and her father has been sentenced.
A jury has sentenced a border activist to death in the 2009 murder of a girl and her father.
The leader of an anti-illegal-immigrant group was convicted Monday in an Arizona home invasion that left a 9-year-old girl and her father dead in what prosecutors called an attempt to steal drug money to fund border operations.
The leader of an anti-illegal-immigrant group was convicted Monday in a home invasion that left a 9-year-old girl and her father dead in what prosecutors said was an attempt to steal drug money to fund the group's operations.